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Garden Spot* t>f th* Country.
It \p almost frnpocfUdr to bolide
the tApfdltv «ilh wh)«h thr NVw ri%«r
rountrv \n »..!t!iM: up. A pcru.«al of
the Prrpjs. |iul»lUh««l at InpCjHal,
►bo«i» largo numbrni p«»ing
into that rvfrloo to tnakf Ihctr botneti
Whnt«>«? tru> bo thr dnwbacitM to
gar-ding ClttDAtO, thrr rnn rrrtnlnl?
prod tiff crop? there nnd a few >oar*
«iii probtbly mak«- it the gaftttn sp»>t
Of the cOQQty. Snn Ulego In doing
«rlj to give the harbor and climate
qurj-tion a r«ft nnd demote her « ncr
g1o» to getting rallmad connection
«ith th»» district. When the road in
ball! the harln>r «W tnKr its proper
etnt inn of neceMtlty anil without fur
thcr trouble -Ocean jii(!e Hl.ide.
l«amont Tyner goe* to ni« govern
ment claims on the Colorado desert,
near Imperial, on Oct. 16, He t»ill
take a carload of stuff ready to begin
life in that new country. He will t.ike
four horse*, two cows, wagon, imple
ments, etc.— Pasadena News.
X Live Acfnt
The property in anu aix>m imperial
is fast being disposal of. During thr
month of September .over 4095 acrcj
wcr* «>ld by I. \V. Glea^on. who 15 the
hustling agent of the Imperial I-and
Company for this Motion. He haa
already made arrangements to accom
pany another party of Investors who
•it desirous of taking advantage of a
bargain and securing a home.— Corona
AND EVERYTHING IN
L. A. RUBBER STAMP CO. "ftg-^BtaS^'
HARDWARE AND EVERYTHING IN COOKING AND HEATIXG APPLIANCES
Cass & Sirnirr Stove Co.
LOS ANGELES. CAL.
John Wigmore & Sons Co.
MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES
Belting, Packing and Tools
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
URGTsTOciT ft TwE SELL
VEHICLES n, It n F F D F
IMPLEMENTS ' \ PLOWS
pbiccs. snus -SgiF &' i-e/rQg&^ZZ-'z: BEST
CORRECT I^^^^^^P^SE3^^? r EARTH
fRE S N 0 •*S8&' g _^t^jQ^ A °" IS
™ ijiii ■ iiiwiinr-^*"' ""JTij W OL I DD E N
VI CT 0 B fi^*"~~ Tj^r uliu v c o
Drag Siraptri Barbed Hire
hawlcy, king & ToTsaa
A. F ANDERSON & C 0 ...
HOWE SCALE COMPANY
Scale* tor all Purpote*
DIEBOLD SAFE AND LOCK CO.
M«m[, J strcl Ceiling.
210-212 N.Haln St. LO5 ANGELES, CAL.
Men from Ath«mbr«.
A. K. Wnltrrn of thr Imperial l^ind
Company lrft Monday for the Colo
rado fvitn on bunlnrw*. Or. J. ('.
Hiarklntnn. nl*o ronntvtr*! with tho
company nnd located nt Imperial, Ift
An Alhnmbrnn. nnd othrr elUlflll
haw nrrurod landed Intercut* In tho
Imperial colony.— Alhwnbrtt Advocate
VALUE OF SALT LANDS.
The United States Department of
Agriculture, thrtnign Its Hureau of
SoiU. luued a bulletin on the third
day of August, 1901, In which, speak
ing of *ol!s in which was to be found
more or less salt. It pa>!«:
" In Kuropean countries; salt marshes
nro regarded as the most fertile of
l\nd». Large areas In Holland, Den
mark. Germany and Uolglum have
been cultivated for many years. In
Kngland. the Fens, to tho extent of
probably moro than 100.000.000 acres,
have been diked and ditched, and nre
now in a state of 'matchless fVrtll-
In the Imperial Settlements, the al
kali cuts no flguro at all. There nre
in some place? some salt in the land.
but as a rule, the amount Improves
the quality and fertility of the land
rather than otherwise, and this posi
tion Is backed up by the experience of
government experts above quoted.
J. JCPSCN & SON
Wholesale Manufacturers of
Saddlery Goods, Farmers' Supplies, Stockmen's Outfits
Best Goods Lowest Prices
116, 118. 120 S. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL.
I. W. GLEASON
WRITE ME FOR SNAP BARGAINS IN
FIRST NATIONAL BANK TZ'-
Largest National Hank in Southern California
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS - - • $730,000.00
. _. , . r-TTcr»o Buy and sell Hills of Xx- . m ,
j. m. Eniott. LEHERS ch / nge and make cable J ' c * Drake '
President Transfers on all points. 2n<l Vice-Pre«.
OF Issue Commercial and
W. G. Kcrckhoff, Travelers* Credits avail- W.T.S. Hammond,
Vico-Preaident CREDIT able in all P arts of tllc A « Bt - Cashier
world : : : : : :
NO PUBLIC FUNDS OH OTHER PRKFEKIIED DEPOSITS RECEIVED
Los Angeles Times
FOR 12 YEARS.
The following figures nhow tho daily average number of copies printed, dr-
cuUted and sold by The Tikka in the month of September, from 1890 to 1901,
inclusive, 9 period of twelve years:
SEPTEMBER, JB9O, 6,7 7 2
SEPTEMBER, 1891, 9, I 7 7
SEPTEMBER, 1892, I 0,0 7 6
SEPTEMBER, 1893, I 2,2 4 I
SEPTEMBER, 1894, 12,7 0 8
SEPTEMBER, 1895, I 5,4 O I
SEPTEMBER, 1896, I 7,6 7 0
SEPTEMBER, 1897, 2 0,0 6 0
SEPTEMBER, 1898, 2 4,5 4 2
SEPTEMBER, 1899, 2 4,5 5 8
SEPTEMBER, 1900, 2 6,7 3 7
SEPTEMBER, 1901, 3 0,1 6 9
At tho time of th«?siMan«i nation of tho Preaidont sovoral extra editions worn
printed, nonu of which uro included in tho abovo flgureH for September, 1901.
The average circulation of the SuffDAY Time* for each Sunday of September
1900, waa 37,393 copici and for S<«ptemb<«r 1901, tho averu^o wan 46,700.
Tho circulation of Tiik Timk-i ia faster than at any provioiiH fMTiod
in it« history.
Tint Tm hi alfo print-* a greater number of pagca and more reading rnattor
than any other daily publication weat of tho " Hockies."